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George F. Davison, Jr. is an Iowa lawyer. He was admitted to the Iowa Bar in January 1980 after successfully completing the state bar examination. He is also licensed to practice before the United States District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Iowa, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.

Davison is a member of the Iowa State Bar Association, the Iowa Trial Lawyers Association, Polk County (Iowa) Bar Association, American Academy of ADR Attorneys, and Blackstone Inn of Court.

He is an adjunct instructor at Des Moines Area Community College, teaching various courses on both the school's Urban Campus in Des Moines and the main campus in Ankeny, Iowa. Among the courses that Davison teaches are Business Law I, Basic Law for the Entrepreneur, and Business and Corporate Law I and II. He also has taught Probate Practice and Procedure, Torts and Litigation, as well as Research and Writing.

Davison is the Sunday news anchor for WHO, Des Moines. He can be heard delivering newscasts beginning at 8:30 Sunday mornings and throughout Sunday on the hour and half hour. During the week, Davison will file reports regarding decisions of the Iowa Supreme Court, the Iowa Court of Appeals, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, and other matters dealing with legal issues.

Davison has a B.A. in Journalism from Drake University (1971). He attended Drake Univeristy Law School and obtained a J.D. in December 1979.

During the 1980s, Davison was a member of the Iowa Railway Finance Authority (IRFA), serving as co-chair and chair.

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